With the rising popularity of gin, a distiller is aiming to hit the right spot by launching a ready mixed G&T.
Farmers urged Suffolk shoppers to back British farming yesterday at a series of events around the county to mark the first anniversary of the EU referendum.
A new strategy has been revealed to better exploit gas fields in the Southern North Sea (SNS) – with the hope it could provide a boost to the industry on the East Anglian coast.
Southwold-based communications agency Spring has renewed its contract to handle tourism marketing for the Moroccan National Tourist Office.
The five Norfolk and Suffolk branches of Swinton Insurance have been spared from closure, following a company review.
A new alliance has been formed in Lowestoft in an attempt to revitalise the town’s fishing economy.
Energy leaders hailed the prospect of jobs for generations to come as the turf was cut for an £11.4m energy skills centre.
East Anglian breweries are among more than a dozen which have teamed up to produce a limited edition beer for this weekend’s Great Get Together - a celebration of the late Jo Cox MP’s belief in shared values.
Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft firms were among the exhibitors at Europe’s largest offshore wind energy conference.
Young people from across the region will be able to learn skills putting them at the “cutting edge” of the energy industry after a multi-million pound centre was given the green light.
Partners behind the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm have awarded a long-term operations and maintenance contract to support vessel operator Seacat Services.
Innovators in offshore wind energy must continue work to drive down costs as the sector asserts increasing dominance over the East of England coast.
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Two Great Yarmouth technology firms are joining forcers to create one of the region’s largest IT support companies.
Firms which were promised support with spiralling business rates in the Budget are having to cough up for the full bill.
The “special relationship” between the US and the UK could extend to East Anglia’s offshore wind industry, through a partnership struck by the East of England Energy Group.
A brewery has joined forces with the Norwich Business School at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to encourage undergraduates to gain skills to enhance their future employability.
Better promotion of social care jobs and providing more opportunities for career progression in the industry will be key to continued growth for a regional care home operator.
Scores of Norfolk businesses are owed tens of thousands of pounds after the company behind one of Norfolk’s most iconic hotels brought in liquidators.
A Lowestoft guesthouse has been honoured with a national accolade.
A project which was due to kick start the regeneration of a former civic site in Lowestoft has ground to a halt, after the company behind it went into administration.
The closure dates for the East Anglian branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society have been confirmed.
Expansion and acquisition across the country will strengthen the position of Hoseasons’ staff in Lowestoft rather than weaken it, says the firm’s boss.
A family business is to represent the region in a national competition at Wembley.
As a Lowestoft taxi firm celebrates its 30th anniversary, the father and daughter who run it say being in business together has brought them closer.
Directors of a car sales group which saw a 13% jump in profits in 2016 are remaining cautious of forces which could affect the automotive industry.
A globally renowned specialist in wind turbine rotor blade access and repair is expanding to north Suffolk.
A Lowestoft tourism firm is showing its commitment to Mental Health Awareness Week by pledging to provide more specialist training for its staff.
The richest person in East Anglia has a fortune of £9.66bn, according to the new edition of The Sunday Times Rich List.
Firefighters from Lowestoft quickly dealt with a vehicle fire in the town.
The RSPB and Suffolk Police are appealing for information after an East Anglian nesting colony of one of Britain’s rarest breeding seabirds was raided by egg thieves.
A family who moved from north Suffolk to Portugal almost a decade ago have been left homeless after the country’s deadliest natural disaster in years.
A woman in her 70s was taken to hospital after suffering a fall near a coastal nature reserve.
Hundreds of people have gathered in Lowestoft to show support for the men and women who make up the armed forces.
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